Lisa Teixeira Águeda counsels clients on a variety of matters ranging from trademark, copyright, enforcement, and domain name issues. She assists clients in the search, clearance, registration, and maintenance of U.S. and international trademark portfolios. Lisa has experience with drafting office action responses, cease and desist letters, and Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) ex parte, opposition and cancellation filings. She advises clients on trademark and other intellectual property issues, regulatory compliance, general commercial transaction matters, sweepstakes/contests, and privacy issues. Lisa also conducts intellectual property due diligence for finance and acquisition transactions.
Prior to joining the firm, Lisa was an associate in the Menlo Park, California office of a national law firm where she advised clients on domestic and foreign trademark matters and on copyright protection and registration. Lisa has extensive experience enforcing trademark rights in a number of foreign jurisdictions and has brought successful enforcement actions in many APAC countries, including China.
Previously, she worked as a trademark attorney in the San Francisco, California office of an international law firm.
Lisa’s native language is Portuguese and she is fluent in Spanish.
Golden Gate University School of Law J.D. (2014) Dean’s List, Merit Scholarship Recipient
San Francisco State University M.A., Political Science (2006)
California State University B.A., Political Science (2004)
State Bar of California, Intellectual Property and Litigation Sections, Member
International Trademark Association (INTA), Member
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